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2010 BEST Home Accessories


Jill Goldberg’s four-year-old shop perfectly captures the new Boston aesthetic: a charming balance of country chic (whitewashed woods, salvaged signs), old-money signifiers (vintage French settees), and a touch of modern chrome. Few homeowners can nail the upscale-casual look without a pro’s help—Goldberg offers styling services, too—but a couple of well-placed items from Hudson are an excellent start.

12 Union Park St. Boston 617-292-0900

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